Disaster DIY airs: Sundays at 9am/8c
Sharon spends most of her day rescuing dogs in need of a home. Her retired husband, Paul, quickly discovers the puppy palace he has built needs to grow in size. With Bryan's love for the furry friends and his expertise he will show Paul jus
Benny, a pack rat, is spending too much time on the yoga mat while his family struggles to maneuver around his makeshift shed in the backyard. Bryan is amazed by the dangers of Benny's backyard disaster, and so are Benny's neighbors. Bryan
Grant may be the culinary king in the kitchen, but his basement has been left in raw and extra rare form. Walls are poorly framed and posts are leaning so much the room makes you dizzy. Bryan whips up Grant's renovation skills to finish the
Graham has half done half of the bathroom and Heather has lost all her patience. Loose tiles and lack of direction has left her without relief. Bryan shows Graham the way to fully refinish his bathroom and restore Heather's patience.
Danny's little knowledge of even basic renovation tasks like measuring and cutting didn't stop him from completely gutting a staple room in his family's home - the kitchen. A once functioning kitchen that needed a minor cabinet makeover now
Rosie makes an emergency call to Bryan because her mom, Pearl, is two steps away from falling through the deck. As Pearl paints away her disaster, Brian must show Pearl that paint does not get rid of the problem. But, can Bryan peel Pearl's
Alex's plans to finish a laundry room for his wife, Muriam, have been stuck in the spin cycle since he began tearing the room a part three years ago. Muriam has wiped her hands clean of doing the laundry in the cramped space they are using
Danielle is accusing her jail guard father Andrew of attempted renovation. The crime? One bathroom shared among seven grown adults. Plus, an unfinished basement family room. Bryan arrives to get this arrested renovation going for good and
David scrambles to stay focused on all the renovations on his house he has started and never finished. Marika, his wife, is at the end of her rope and has had it since David messed with her kitchen. Bryan drops in to show David what it's go
Rene and Owen are brothers and share the cottage duties all summer. Owen is in charge of the docks, but somehow keeps losing them to the tide. Rene gives Bryan the heads up on the situation and Bryan creates a plan. Can Owen build a dock pe
Marn's dream second-storey deck is a real second-storey death trap. Her well-intentioned husband Gord has been promising a deck with a view for years, but right now the kitchen walk-out is more of a kitchen fall-out onto the ground 20 feet
There's a thin line between perfectionist and professional procrastinator and Joe claims to be the former, but is actually the latter. His wife Sharyn is tired of her husband's perfectionist excuse and just sees a perfectly unfinished basem
And the award for 'Most Procrastinated Renovation' goes to Scot's movie theatre that has been in progress for 10 years. Scot promised his wife Alina a cool game and movie theatre area when their first son was a toddler. Now her firstborn is
Blame stubbornness, lack of know-how, or both, but Gabriel's backyard has taken a backseat in upkeep over the last few years. Her idea of fixing the fence is using coat hangers to keep fence boards from falling down. Her daughter, Carolynna
Carlos may be an expert hair dresser in the salon, but he's definitely not on the cutting edge of home renovations. His wife Lori may have her own personal hairstylist, but she would trade it all for a personal contractor who could create a
Chris's renovation looks more like a crime scene, rather than a bathroom. His wife Lori's patience with the unfinished renovation has gone down the proverbial toilet. Bryan helps get this cop off probation and finish the bathroom for good.
Disaster DIY is a show about do-it-yourselfers who have failed at their own home renovations and are in desperate need of some on-the-job training. Host and contractor Bryan Baeumler arrives to save families from renovation disasters and teach DIYers the safe and proper way to fix their mistakes.